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[audio]Close, Closer - The Architecture Post
The Architecture Post talks with three of the Lisbon Architecture Triennial's curators: chief curator Beatrice Galilee, and curators Liam Young and Mariana Pestana about the Triennial 2013. Focus here is on the working process, namely the methodology employed for this edition, but also architecture and curating. The Triennial will open September 12th 2013 and will run up for three months (up to 15 December).
Keywords: architecture; curating; triennial; exhibitionmaking; curatorialthinking; futurepractices
Downloads: 75
[movies]A Presentation: Using the Content Curation Definition for Thought Leadership - Nathaneal Mohr
This Presentation is about how to use Thought leadership in your marketing. Inside this Video Presentation you will find the Definition of Content Curation along with how to start using thought leadership as a marketing strategy. content curation, Definition The definition of this business marketing process of collecting and organizing different pieces of information and then republishing it to a specific audience...
Keywords: content curation,curating content,content marketing
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[movies]you'v got a message - zoe ati
self-curating movie, will be displayed on zoe tati blog
Keywords: bla bla; zoe tati blog; nactus; self-curating; reflextive art
Downloads: 53
[audio]Curating Performing Arts - Ismail Fayed
Curating Performing Arts in Egypt was a talk given at the British Council in Cairo on 22 April 2014. The talk deals with the history of performing arts in Egypt and the relationship between institutions and their policies and the kind of performance this engendered.
Keywords: Performing Arts; Egypt; Curating; Arab; Theater; Dance; Drama
Downloads: 25
[audio]Gallery on the Bay, Art Waves #71
Hamilton has several couples who have opened their homes to the arts, creating spaces where the community comes to celebrate and grow. Marlaise and David Laing Dawson opened the Gallery on the Bay a few years ago and they continue to host art openings, readings and concerts in an atmosphere of sophisticated beauty. But did you know they also make movies?
Keywords: art gallery; curating; film-making; writing; painting; hosting cultural events; collaboration
Downloads: 18
[audio]In Search of Inspiration Sharon Gal with Richard Ducker - Sharon Gal
Sharon Gal is in conversation with artist and curator Richard Ducker. Richard has been a practicing artist since completion of his MA at Goldsmiths' College in 1991. As well as exhibiting and curating he runs Fieldgate gallery. http://www.richardducker.com Originally broadcast on Resonance 104.4 fm http://www.resonancefm.com
Keywords: Sharon Gal; Richard Ducker; fieldgate gallery; inspiration; art; curating; sculpture; resonance fm; 104.4fm
Downloads: 7
[movies]Green Room Now - René de Guzman and Berin Golonu - David Lawrence
René de Guzman and Berin Golonu, the curators of Bay Area Now 4, join Stretcher Co-publisher Meredith Tromble for an on-stage conversation about the exhibition and curating as a creative practice. How did they choose the artists? What changes in the cultural climate did they find from previous Bay Area Now exhibitions? What are their influences as curators, and what influence do they hope to exercise with this exhibition? Stretcher asks the curators what the Bay Area wants to know, now...
Keywords: René de Guzman; Rene de Guzman; Berin Golonu; Meredith Tromble; Stretcher; Bay Area Now; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts; curators; curating; art; visual art; Bay Area
Downloads: 1,458
[audio]Catalyst Radio WYCE Open Projector 12.6.13 - Linda Gellasch, Community Media Center, 88.1FM, WYCE, Grand Rapids, Michigan
Open Projector is a project at Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts focused on showcasing the work of local filmmakers. Organizers want to help create a community among those who make the creations and those who enjoy viewing independent works. Open Projector Night is set for Dec. 18, and the selection panel is hoping to raise awareness among local filmmakers and is also seeking submissions from those who have not previously participated...
Keywords: Catalyst Radio; WYCE; 88.1 FM; Radio; Grand Rapids; Linda Gellasch; Community Media Center; The Rapidian; Open Projector; film; filmmakers; UICA; Katie Jones; curating; selection
Downloads: 38
[audio]2013 02 08 Art Monthly Talk Show - Art Monthly and Resonance104.4FM
Art Monthly Talk Show 8th February 2013
Keywords: Omar Kholeif; Morgan Quaintance; virtual curating; algorithmic approaches; algorithmic; the internet; virtual platforms; parametrical narrowing; being-online; Thomson & Craighead; Ryan Trecartin; Heideggarian; Heidegger
Downloads: 956
[audio]ArtChatPodcast 052 - Steve Harlow, Jim "Jimmy The Peach" Aaron
Participants: Steve Harlow, Jim "Jimmy The Peach" Aaron. Recorded: October 15, 2012 Fifty two episodes of a weekly show, means it's the one year anniversary of this podcast. Steve promises a highlight reel for next week and observes that there was much good conversation during the past year. Steve explains how he likes the podcast to be "good company". Interesting conversation among artists about Art and Art practice issues in the creation, distribution, and promotion...
Keywords: Google Plus; Twitter; Facebook; Cable; TV; newspapers; wearable computing; Google Glass; The Brass Teapot; Ramaa Mosely; Dick Whyte; Haiku News; Al Jazeera; curating; video conferencing; Google Glass; Painters; Rubens; Raphael; Frank Gehry; 3D printers
Downloads: 70
[audio]Art Monthly on ResonanceFM Sept 2010 - Art Monthly/ResonanceFM.com
Jennifer Thatcher and Andrew Hunt discuss their texts from the September 2010 issue of Art Monthly. Jennifer's feature "Extreme Gallery Makeover" covers new trends and approaches to gallery design. "It is time to admit that the white cube no longer possesses the authority it once did, when you can buy that once-mysterious aura for a few quid down at B&Q...are there more appropriate and radical alternatives to the non-spaces of glass boxes and ex-industrial sites beyond a cosy retreat into the do...
Keywords: Gallery White; Fired Earth; National Trust; The Little Greene Paint Company; English Heritage; Farrow & Ball; Spaces of Experience: Art Gallery Interiors from 1800 to 2000; Charlotte Klonk; IKEA; Timothy Taylor; The Tightrope Walker; collective+public; Curating and the Educational Turn
Downloads: 517
[audio]Testing Ground - Acoustic Mirrors - Acoustic Mirrors
ACOUSTIC MIRRORS was a dynamic weekend of events and live radio broadcast organised by students from the curatorial post-graduate programmes at Royal College of Art and Goldsmiths, University of London. Focussing on Charlie Woolley's Radio Show, Acoustic Mirrors questions how we experience an artwork when we have not seen it and invites a broad array of speakers and members of the public to reflect on the conceptual and physical distribution of art today...
Keywords: Charlie Woolley; Zabludowicz Collection; Royal College of Art; Goldsmiths University London; Curating Contmeporary Art; Curating; Contemporary Art; Radio; Distribution; Alfredo Cramerotti; And Publishing; Aura Satz; Barbara Steveni; Claudia Molitor; Daniel Ploeger; Doug Fishbone; Gil Leung; Homeland; Jaimie Hodgson; James Harkin; Jeremy Hutchison; Karen Di Franco; Lisa LeFeuvre; Lucky PDF and Ed Fournieles; Mark Aerial Waller and Jonathan Watts; Michael Crowe and Lenka Clayton; Patrick Coyle; Paul B Davis; Paul Pieroni; Postworks; Sam Fenton-Elstone; Toby Huddlestone; Tom Godfrey; Tome Trevatt; Christopher Thomas
Downloads: 243
[audio]Music from Africa BL collections - radio continental drift & Janet Topp Fargion
Interview with Janet Topp Fargion, lead curator of World- and Traditional Music at the British Library in London I've always been interested to listen to librarians and curators of public collections when they talk about their archive holdings, describing their collections and the legal, technical, ethical, practical or social connotations of public accessibility to the cultural artifacts they host...
Keywords: England; London; British Library; sound archive; Janet Topp Fargion; archiving; audio collection; curating; Africa; Southern Africa; Uganda; Zimbabwe; Zambia; South Africa; Botswana; music; poetry; original recordings; history; Worldmusic; Traditional Music; ethnomusicology; copy rights; digital rights; Veit Erlmann; David Rycroft; Albert Sempeke; Samuel Kahunde; Claus Wachsmann Collection; community; radio; radio continental drift
Downloads: 10
[audio]Music from Africa BL collections - radio continental drift & Janet Topp Fargion
A playlist of clips from an interview with Janet Topp Fargion, lead curator of World- and Traditional Music at the British Library in London entire recording of the interview: https://archive.org/details/Music_from_Africa_BL_collections I've always been interested to listen to librarians and curators of public collections when they talk about their archive holdings, describing their collections and the legal, technical, ethical, practical or social connotations of public accessibility to the cul...
Keywords: England; London; British Library; sound archive; Janet Topp Fargion; archiving; audio collection; curating; Africa; Southern Africa; Uganda; Zimbabwe; Zambia; South Africa; Botswana; music; poetry; original recordings; history; Worldmusic; Traditional Music; ethnomusicology; copy rights; digital rights; Veit Erlmann; David Rycroft; Albert Sempeke; Samuel Kahunde; Claus Wachsmann Collection; community; radio; radio continental drift
Downloads: 12
[audio]2013 08 12 Art Monthly Talk Show - Art Monthly on Resonance104.4FM
Patricia Bickers Editor of Art Monthly discusses her feature from the July/August 2013 issue of Art Monthly on the real lines that divide insiders from outsiders. At the Venice Biennale, as elsewhere, curators are marshalling 'outsiders' and 'real people' for the benefit of curious spectacle-seekers. But isn't such apparent inclusiveness simply a curtain that hides the persistent asymmetry of power? 'Massimiliano Gioni's aim of blurring "the line between professional artists and amateurs, outsid...
Keywords: Patricia Bickers; Art Monthly; insiders from outsiders; outsider art; curating; 55th Venice Biennale; Massimiliano Gioni; power; Hayward Gallery; Matt Hale; The Alternative Guide to the Universe; AG Rizzoli; Lee Godie; William Scott; The PrimalGlimse at Forty; The Primal Glimse at Forty; Museum of Everything; wunderkammer; Jeremy Deller; We sit Starving Amidst our Gold 2013; The Encyclopedic Palace; The Battle of Oregreave 2001; Folk Archive; Alan Kane; Little England; British Pavillion; Jeremy Deller's Little England; Iraq Pavillion
Downloads: 1,325
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